Hello to everyone, Giovanna here, for the first time as a Guest Design Team member, and I am
I made this very project for the DT call, so it is a lucky one for me. There's a little funny story
My name's Evgenia Kovtun and I am honored to be a Guest Designer for Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® for the next few months.
Today I would like to share a tender layout I created with the help of Gelatos®. I was inspired by the photo I have taken a few years back in Paris. I wanted to create something airy with the pastel colors.
Aloha Guys! This is Joyce and today I have 3 easy card techniques for you, using Gelatos® Mixed Media Kit 50's Diner. This is a 23 piece kit, which includes: 5 Gelatos® Colors in 50’s Diner hues, 10 Mixed Media Stencils, - Texture Luxe® Silver, 2 Misting Bottles, Palette Knife, Stipple Brush, Dot Dabber, Drip Dropper and Instruction Guide. I decided to share card techniques today because 1. I'm a card maker and 2. to show the versatility of Gelatos®, not only for mixed media but card making as well. Many card makers feel intimidated with Gelatos® or simply think it's a mixed media medium but I totally disagree. They are the easiest medium to work with, so try them out. You'll be amazed at what they can do. I hope you enjoyed my card inspirations and I'll catch you guys next time :) Thanks again!
Today, I will be showing you by X'mas canvas.
Hi everyone, My name is Helen and I am so excited today to be sharing my first tutorials as part of this seasons Guest Design Team for Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft®! Today I will show you how to paint a cute Christmas design onto fabric and then how to turn those panels into a fabulous festive fabric covered photo album (try saying that after a glass of mulled wine!). I am sure if you decide to make this album for yourself it will be something you and your family will treasure. Imagine a cold winter evening in front of the fire, Christmas tree lights twinkling surrounded by your family looking through this album remembering Christmases past…..careful not to spill your hot chocolate on it!!!
Hello, crafty folks. It´s Denisa here. My first project for Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® is an art journal spread in a bit of vintage mood and a great deal of mixed media featuring the awesome Stamper´s Big Brush Pens.
I love art journaling since there are no rules and limits. Whatever you do is totally up to your choice and the result is pretty unpredictable. One doesn´t have to plan things, they just happen as you go and it´s all about your imagination and freedom.
Hello everyone. Penny here today to share a card creation using Faber-Castell ® Design Memory Craft Mixed Media Kit in Tropical that is exclusive to Barnes & Noble stores. The colors say summer, but when mixed together, you can achieve a Fall themed card in no time.
Hey there artsy friends Rita Barakat here on day 5 of the Xyron/ Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft blog collaboration! Both blogs have coordinated this week to bring you fabulous projects and prizes!
Who doesn't love winning a prize? All you have to do is comment to be eligible to win! Today I have brought to you a continuation of Tuesdays post where I shared my Fall canvas, the first girl in this seasons series. Today I am sharing my Winter (who also needs a name!) Again using watercolor paper, a canvas, Xyron adhesives and of course Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® products. Let's take a look...
Each day this week, we’ll post a new project on our blogs. Make sure you hop to both blogs and the Facebook page for more chances to win and more inspiration!
Leave a comment here and on the Xyron blog for a chance to win $50 in product from Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft! For another chance to win, leave a comment on our Facebook page and the Xyron Facebook page!
This blog hop will end at 12am EST on November 22nd. Winners will be announced on the companies’ blogs on November 23rd.
Limor Webber here with today's project! We can't ignore winter is here so I got in the groove!
Here is a little Ornament that we will be putting up on our tree or you can use it as an embellishment on a card for the holidays!
It's so simple it will completely blow your socks off!